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>> the timing i 4:00 a.m.e is 4:0 an earlier fire on yerba buena island still has roads close at leading off to the bay bridge. we will have a full update for you next. >> it happened a again. a
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another car had its windows showed out out with a bb or a pellet gun while the driver was heading down a san jose freeway. details coming up. >> the u.s. government has plans to interrogate a suspect it out qaeda opeal-qaed operative who was captured on a pair of high-profile operations in africa, this weekend. now they believe that this man could be linked to the bombings of to u.s. embassies. >> you will see on your extended forecast that the 7 day around the bay shows at the temperatures will continue to slide. we w sunshine
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afternoon. we have possibility of showers because we are tracking a system to the north. as of right now it will be added 10 to 20% chance. there is a possibility that the system will not hit and at all. warmer weather and is slightly richer by the end of the week. >> we have pretty mild conditions. as for the traffic, we're not monterey any hot spots but we may have a fire on the side of the freeway on highway 1 01. you should keep this in mind. as for the bridges, all is well. here is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have very quiet conditions. for those of you going to the san mateo bridge it is also an easy ride. the drive time is 12 to 13 minutes across the
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bridge. we have no problems getting to come down the nimitz. >> firefighters battled a fire that broke out on yerba buena island that caused major traffic across the bay bridge. >> here is video of that fire. it started just before eight last night. the c-h-p says, all of the eastbound lanes are open. and only the off- ramp to treasure island going westbound, remains closed. residents on treasure island said the fire moved fast and got uncomfortably close to homes. >> ."at around 8:15 i came to the window overlooking the bridge and could see the flames coming up the hill. it was coming up fast. i went and got my roommate and we went and got our neighbors. there's only one
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way out, surrounded by trees; it'd have been an inferno in minutes." >> the fire sent up a large plume of smoke and flames visible from the bay bridge. the fire is now contained. >> targeted on the highway-- in this a story you'll see only on kron 4-- a sunnyvale woman says, her windows were shot at -- possibly by someone with a b-b or pellet gun. while she was driving on the freeway through san jose. kron four's philippe djegal reports on the incident the woman calls 'chilling'. >> she believes the issue was targeted by someone shooting at her vehicle. she and her 11 year-old nephew drove up interstate 80 in san jose. she stated that the shooting happened between--this was about 4:30
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p.m. saturday afternoon. she is not sure where the shots came from but as possible that someone shot above a wall on the interstate. >> i i felt something below what. >> i was not really scared and so we pulled over and the police arrived. they wanted to check the area and that is when i started to get scared. >> some of the shattered glass landed on patrick but him or rosy were not injured. she said that one of the car was also hit. she took a picture of the dead. chp responded and this incident is under investigation. >> whoever is doing this, this is stop. >> this incident comes more than two weeks after two teenagers turned themselves into police, for shooting a b-b gun towards at least a dozen vehicles driving on highway- 101 in san jose. there were no reports of
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injuries in those shootings. >> a earthquake that shook parts of the eat bay last night-- has been downgraded from a three-point- one magnitude earthquake to a magnitude three earthquake. the u-s-g-s reported the earthquake struck just before 9: 30 and was centered two- miles east- northeast of berkeley. no reports of any injuries of damage. >> police in fremont are asking investigating a hit- and-run crash that injured a bicyclist last month. police say on september 25th, there was a crash between a car and a bicyclist at the intersection of paseo padre parkway and washington boulevard. arriving officers found a non-responsive 20-year-old woman laying in the crosswalk with a damaged bicycle. a witness said a black vehicle -- possibly a 4- door -- drove through the intersection and struck the bicyclist. the driver did not stop or return to the scene. police say it is possible that the driver was unaware of the impact
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>> a man was killed and two people injured when an s-u-v struck a pole in san jose. the accident happened at the intersection of blossom hill road and winfield boulevard just before one a- m sunday morning. police say a 2006 infiniti s-u-v was speeding and apparently struck pole. forthe male driver, whose name has not been released, died at the scene. two female passengers were taken to a hospital with serious injuries. no other vehicles appeared to have been involved in the crash. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. nearly all of the 1200 s a safety inspectors and staffs and inspectors were told to take the forced unpaid time off during the government shut down. now there is concern about how that will impact airlines. details
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>> the u-s government has plans to interrogate a suspected al-qaeda operative who was captured during a pair of high-profile operations in africa, this weekend.
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andrew spencer reports the man is believed to be linked the bombings of two u-s embassies in 1998. >> this is one of the world's most wanted terrorist. this is according to the pentagon. he ambushed when he was coming home from all morning prayers' on saturday. >> if they stated that it was 10 people but i believe there were more. there were so many of them. >> he left out qaeda in 1996. a federal grand jury in new york discovered that he and others were linked to the tech. u.s. officials have commanded them to capture him who was then taken to a navy warship. he will be interrogated what he is still in military custody. the obama administration--this is a
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team of intelligence agencies led by the fbi. he is awaiting to be charged federal charges. this group claims responsibility for a cease on a shopping mall in nairobi that killed 67 people. they had to pull out of this operation not knowing whether the target was dead or alive. >> secretary of state john kerry says he is receiving complaints about the u-s operation in libya that captured suspect anas al- libi. libya is calling the capture of al-libi an abduction, but kerry says al-libi was a "legal and appropriate target" for the u-s military and will face justice in a court of law. >> the government shutdown enters its second week-- with no resolution in sight. --- and ominous signs that the united states is moving closer to the possibility of the first-ever default in the nation's history. house speaker john boehner and treasury secretary jack
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lew traded blame on sunday but provided no hint of compromise. president obama isn't backing down on his call for a debt limit bill without conditions before october 17th. that's when the threat of default will be imminent. >> and because of the partial shutdown, government's work is piling up everywhere-- it's not just paperwork. a volunteer clean-up along a stretch of the missouri river in nebraska because was canceled when the government docked its boats. control has a backlog of food poisoning microbes that can't be checked because so many scientists are furloughed. >> here is a quick look [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home outside from our roof cam at on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet
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>> f-a-a safety inspectors were among the 800-thousand federal employees furloughed in the government shutdown.
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nearly all of the agency's 12-hundred certification staff and inspectors were told to take the forced unpaid time off. now, as margaret conley reports, there's concern about how that will impact airlines. >> aviation inspector, receive the e-mail the morning of the shutdown telling him that his job was offered load until further notice. >> we were even told to go home and that they would call us when they need us back. >> this is a third of the workforce. this includes almost 3000 air lines safety inspectors. she was a attorney for the inspectors with the 30 plus years. >> i was shocked. i was shocked that would furlough these inspectors. this was
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so on heard of. it is really like not having fooled safety inspectors or quality inspectors. this is really very surprising that the government allowed this to happen. >> she warned that this is no oversight of the save the system. >> because we are not working, the systems will start to break down. >> some analysts stated that a short-term shutdowns could just be an annoyance but it can become difficult if it goes on. >> there may beat six weeks away from a performance that the surveillance. this has to concern everyone. >> escape a spokeswoman declined to speak but stated that safety is their top priority. she says a fig grows longer it will have to recall certain employees back. this does not had
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comforted some of them. >> there's still fear because we do not know what the next cep will be. >> we will have more on the government shut down truck the morning. >> the word, is cool. a cool down is coming officially starting today. we were met with warmer conditions over the weekend. temperatures were in the '90s but today we are far from that. current conditions are at 40's and the bottl40's and navoe cloud cover is over central california. this will make its way to an area of low cloud cover and a few
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temperatures will be cooler. we may also have rain on wednesday. by noon, it we should be in the '60s for places like san francisco. however, will climb into the seven days.70's. >> later on tonight you can see more cloud cover in the sky. i do want to bring down the afternoon highs it, let's start in the south. most of us will be sunny skies. santa clara will have a 578 degrees. we will start to see 80 degree readings actor: 4 places like concord and fairfield. 81 degrees for castro valley. downtown san francisco will be a lot cooler in the upper 60s. we will see 80s for santa rosa and napa. 7 day around the bay shows that we will continue with this cool down
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and expect most of this fog working up. by wednesday, however, we have a tense 20% chance of showers. >> let's take a look at the traffic around the bay. it is a very light and easy ride was about 80, we have a stall closer to mcbride but this is what the chp is reporting. the toll plaza has very light commute is. san mateo bridges current a problem free with no incidents to report. as you look at the traffic, it is very light. we are without incidents as you work your way to foster city. the traffic-shows all is well down the east shore freeway. there are no problems or-- highway 24 is looking good.
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all the green on the road way it sensor shows the speeds are over 50 mi. per hour. the >> three-time indianapolis 500 winner dario franchitti is hospitalized - following a serious crash at theton. the wreck also injured 13 spectators. one man - who was standing track-side at the time - caught the whole crash on camera. >> he was filming the final lap of this race from behind the tracks. an expression that launched dozens of the barricades. this barry k >> there was no time for me
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to get away. this car just exploded in front of me. he and other helped to gets out of the debris of the way. >> it literally, one way and was thrown all over my head. this went into the grandstand behind me. >> he stated that there was one of one been going his mind. >> the biggest in the lab thought about the time was that my life was over. >> fire officials stated that 13 people were hurt. remarkably only three of them had to go to the hospital. >> franchitti was awake and alert - when he was taken to the hospital. doctors say he's being treated for a concussion, spinal fracture - that won't require surgery - and a fractured right ankle. >> exactly how much oil made it into the gulf of mexico in 2010. that's what a federal judge wants to know today. experts for b-p and the federal government will provide very different estimates on the amount of oil spilled into the gulf. it's a key factor in
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determining how much more money b-p and its contractors owe for their roles in the deadly disaster. the goverment believes b-p's negligence could total 18 billion dollars. but b-p maxes out the penalty around 10 billion dollars. >> in new york, the federal trial begins this week for bernie madoff's longtime secretary and four other workers accused of concealing a multi-billion dollar fraud scheme. that case squandered nearly 20 billion dollars in investor money over several decades. its also the first trial as a result of unprecedented fraud that was revealed to thousands of people in 2008 with madoff's arrest. madoff is serving 150 years in prison for his crimes. the defendants have pleaded not guilty. they're expected to argue they were victims of fraud as well. >> and here's a live look outside. toll plaza
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line (male annoucer): now here is stanley roberts who
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found some people behaving badly. >> this man has something to hide. >> did you just really hide your dog. sunny, he calls me a name even though he is the one ignoring rules. >> this is what the farmers market. you are not to have your animals here. but wait, i do not think he is done with me yet. >> why did you hide it? >> because you are assuming may. >> filming me. >> she is not a registered service dog. but however, she is offering some type of service. >> she helps me with my aunt
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bags bags. >> real service dogs are trained to go potty on demand. >> there was this big dog. security asked her about it but she just come from that it was hers. >> so you brought him here, what is his name? >> there was this walady, >> is this people behaving badly? >> yes. >> oh no. >> if you are to bring your dog that's-this is not a service handler. this is something for you today about. >> stanley roberts, kron 4 news. >> secretary of state john
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kerry met with russian foreign minister sergei lavrov in bali this week. kerry is in indonesia for the asia pacific economic cooperation summit, sitting in for president obama who opted not to attend in light of the government shutdown. kerry and lavrov's get together was the first high-level u-s - russian meeting since the u-n security council voted unanimously to require syria to eliminate its stockpile of chemical weapons. on sunday, the u-n team in syria tasked with enforcing the security council's decision announced that syria has begun destroying its chemical weapons. >> testimony is expected to begin soon in the cleveland trial of a onetime fugitive charged in a 100-million- dollar multistate fraud under the guise of helping navy veterans. the jury was selected last week, and testimony is expected to begin today following opening statements by both sides. the 67 year old defendant calls himself bobby thompson. authorities identify him as harvard-trained lawyer and
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former military intelligence officer john donald cody. he could face 40 years in prison if convicted. r >> we will take a break. to those who've worried... suffered in silence... hoped... and lived in a state of fear... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at coveredca.com.
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>> happening now, off one on interstate 80 at east karo son, near richmond is close to this morning. this is after a tractor-trailer overturned overnight. kron4 mike pelton is live at the scene with an update. they have this entire area blocked off this overturned tanker is some eastern part of the ram. here is the videos. >> you concede that this second tanker is on its side. fire crews stated they are not sure how this happens. the authorities are now speaking with the driver
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of the tanker. it was all laid a minor league of propane gas. but it may be a thousand pounds of fuel that has been spilled. they are contacting the tanker company to have them bring out a second vehicle to transfer the propane fuel in the second of bioko. that want to make sure that no fuel is on a road way. at this point, they have no evaluations. they just want to be careful. if you are trying to get to the i-80 just keep this in mind that it is shut down. >> we will stay in touch with mike as this story continues to develop. >> bart and its unions have to come together. before the end of the 60 day cooling off period when another bart strike could happen.
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this is what other bay area transportation systems looked during the strike back in july. the sticking points that are still being worked on are security for employees and the big gap on wages. bart is putting together a contingency plan for commuters, if workers do go on strike. both sides are scheduled to be back at the table this morning. >> it's been 3 months since asiana flight 2-14 crash landed at s-f-o-- killing three people and injuring nearly 200 others. kron 4 continues to monitor all aspects of the investigation and the fallout from the crash. here's we know the n-t-s-b says, the jetliner was traveling too slowly and too low at the time of the crash. in fact, the agency's preliminary investigation indicates, the pilots did not realize there was a problem until 7- seconds before impact. by that time it was too late and attempts to increase speed and abort the landing. were unsuccessful. as far as fallout, nearly
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two dozen passengers have filed lawsuits against asiana airlines. >> in the meantime, this crash has raised a number of questions about how well pilots are monitoring their aircraft-- and whether they are trying to land, when they should abort a landing. it turns out, prior to the asiana crash, these issues were already being studied. kron 4's dan kerman spoke to safety experts. in an interview you'll see only on 4. >> it was a 1 and 1/2 seconds before flight 214 crashed into a wall of san francisco. pilots first discovered this or doing a go or around as it is called. in this case, the decision came too late to make a difference. it turned out that study shows that most pilots tend to land in any way despite the policies with acquiring them to abort. >> why do 97 percent of the
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land anyway? >> they stated that because pilots do not feel that it is risky. >> when a person does not perceive that what here she is doing is causing a risk, they continue. >> the crash is also raised rates about the automated systems that are on planes and how long the pilot to monitor them. >> how many of us, a gauge our cruise control to know that it is keeping up with the speed of our cars. that is actually keeping his be that we have selected. this is the same thing that can occur over time with pilots. >> he stated that his organization and regulators are developing guidelines to enhance this monterey not
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just for aircraft instruments but for the actions of copilots. >> we will not get an update on the weather. >> we have cooler weather. today, we will simply say that it will not be as warm as we saw this weekend. in fact some of us will not see 80s. you can expect more and the way of a fault. we will introduce the possibility of a rain. i will have full details on their 7 day forecasts coming up if you're headed out and grab a jacket because you will need it. upper 40's. still holding on to 60's for downtown san francisco and daly city. here is what is
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happening on satellite and radar. we do have a range of high pressure and that will continue to work its way east. that will have the opportunity of low pressure to slide in. we are tracking a system from the pacific could that could bring a claim to read i do want to talk about the afternoon high. let's focus on today. >> the temperatures will mostly be in the '80s in the east bay interior valley. danville will climb to 81 degrees. brentwood will come in at 84. the temperatures will be in the '70s and you can expect mostly sunny skies. union city will have a high of 74 degrees. down in the south, it will be a very nice day in the temperatures will be cooler. cupertino will have a high of 78 degrees. downtown san
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francisco will stay in the upper 60s. last but not least as we focus on the north, napa will have a high of 80 degrees. upper 70's for those of you and petaluma. >> your extended forecast, 7 day around the bay shows the temperatures will continue to slide. by wednesday, the temperatures will be 10 degrees cooler. you may want to keep your umbrellas handy because we may have for many showers for thursday. warmer days are ahead and it will be very mild with sunday breathing upper 60s. >> the traffic around the bay, is great. the only incident we are monitoring his sundays about 80 where the off ramps are shut down. >> the approach to the bay
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bridge toll plaza is looking good and the traffic is moving okay. san mateo bridge drive time is 12 to 13 minutes. as we take a quick look at the traffic maps we are picking up slowing from the east shore freeway. westbound 24 is still accident. with no problems. again, there is no way that the bay bridge toll plaza. >> the time now is 4 3:08 a.m.. we will take a quick break.
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>> it is time for our tech report with gabe slate. >> good morning. thanks to new technology you can easily shocked for your television. you may be watching your favorite television show but with one click you can shop.
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>> if you were watching the masters and you wanted to buy tiger was shirt you would be able to do it instantly after watching the show. you can do this to your remote control. >> if you wanted to buy days after you see them you can immediately access them through and calls. a third example-that she could see the cup that he is caring. you could immediately purchase this cub and have it within 48 hours. >> a delivery agent, is behind this. this new platform that makes it easy for you to buy things that you see on television. >> it is really that simple to read >> this shows up on some
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some internet televisions. after you create an account you can shop with your remote control. you can search by show or by check out and see what merchandise and that they have to offer. everyone has a favorite show so some of this makes it very quick and easy give spread >>gifts. >> if you do not have a samsung smart tv, we are launching to be on other televisions. >> you can also visit their web site and shop that way. they also have a great app for your tablets or your phone. >> gabe slate, kron 4 news. >> the average u-s price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped 14 cents over the past two weeks. triple- a fuel gauge says the national price of gas is 3-34.
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in california, the average statewide for a gallon of regular was 3.58. and right here in san francisco the price of gas is three-95. three -86 in oakland and 3- dollars-and- 48 cents in san jose. >> we will take a quick break, coming up, we have a live look outside at the bay bridge. the eastern span had a fire overnight. we will tell you what roles are still closedads are still close.
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>> moments after the a's walkdot-co work crews worked through the night to tranform the baseball diamond to a football gridiron. kron 4's vicki liviakis has
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more on the transformation. >> say what you will about the coliseum but transferring from is also football is a real challenge. this is video of the conversion. 400 workers started right after saturday's a's playoff game against the detroit tigers. they had to relocate and installed 6700 seats. they had just what things. they also had to pay the bilfield. it took them 17 hours. there are done by 3:00 p.m. sunday. the raiders are rolled up three out the green carpet. >>
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as the raiders continue to push for a new facility to replace the aging coliseum, we are learning, the team's owner has been checking out a potential new site in concord. >> they a's and the tigers take the field early today in their american league divisional series. it is all tied up at a game apiece. kron4 morning news at 10:00 a.m.. been 3 we will see them take to the mound against. a few months could make all the difference in this game. >> >> back here and on the bay
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area. it is a beautiful start to your morning. planning of six days to go or not. 48 degrees and santa rosa and mid 50s in livermore. you'll probably want to grab a jacket. they're also high clouds streaming in. the upper ridge of high pressure is moving out of the area. we are seeing more of a sea breeze. the temperatures will not be as warm as they were before. we are focusing on the afternoon highs for today you will notice the cool down. the temperatures will be in the '70s. 78 degrees for santa clara. 07 days expected for fremont. >> as we turn our attention to the east bay we have 80s.
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the temperatures are on seasonal average. the upper 60s and mostly mid '70s on the shoreline. the seven day of around the bay highlights cooler temperature and we also may have the opportunity of of rain on wednesday. as we had into the weekend the warmest spots will be in the mid to upper 70's spread we do have one problem. as we take a look at the bridge, we are seeing the volume increase. san mateo bridge, currently is problem free. the traffic
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is moving okay in the westbound direction. >> the golden gate bridge is currently a problem free. take a look at the east shore freeway we do have this red closed and this is due to an overturn big rigs. it's we do have a lot of activity and kron4 mike pelton is there to provide us with this. >> as we take a look at the ride, highway 4 is moving okay. westbound 24 is a clear shot. >> as the raiders continue to push for a new facility to replace the coliseum, we're learning that the team's owner has been checking out a potential new site. kron4 maureen kelly
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spoke with the congress mayor. >> he stated that he is born to do a tour of the station on friday. this group includes the group's own mouth. he stated while davis did not come right out and say that he is interested, he did drop one major clue as to why he was there. he expressed a lot of interest. >> mark did mention that 30 percent of the people who come to the raiders games are currently living in oakland. >> the mere stated that he would be very happy if copper was the next time for them. >> it will be quite a boost. >> he is with the organization that is trying to keep them from leaving oakland. he is hopeful that the raiders would just a put. >> he understands that the
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need is to shopper from. >> terrelle pryor threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter and charles woodson tied an nfl record with his 13th defensive touchdown as the oakland raiders beat the san diego chargers 27-17 right here on kron last night. pryor got the raiders off to a fast start in the latest west coast game in nfl history with a 44-yard touchdown pass to rod streater on oakland's first play from scrimmage. the raiders then used five turnovers, a goal-line stand, woodson's 25-yard return of danny woodhead's fumble and two long field goals by sebastian janikowski to beat the chargers. >> tramaine brock intercepted
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matt schaub's first pass of the night and returned it 18 yards for a touchdown, schaub threw three interceptions in all before the embattled quarterback got replaced in the fourth quarter, and the 49ers pounded the houston texans 34-3. colin kaepernick threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to vernon davis and frank gore ran for 81 yards and a score in his second straight impressive prime-time game. the 49ers are right back in the nfc west race with seattle after the seahawks lost at indianapolis. lost at indianapolis. >> to those who've waited... worried... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at coveredca.com.
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>> taking a look of what movie fans went to see over the weekend. it was the space drama " gravity " that brought in the most the dollars at the box office. sandra bullock, george clooney movie opened more than $55 million in north
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america. the stem is set almost entirely in space and follows two astronauts who are faced with a deadly complications. last week top movie, " cloudy with a chance of meatballs and too cold drop to second place with $21.5 million. " runner-up runner ", starring beeben affleck and justin timber lake, opened at third place at $7.6 million. >> and getting into the halloween sp york man took top honors for growing long island's largest pumpkin ever! check it out! the ginormous gourd tips the scales at one-thousand-456 pounds! scott armstrong says it took him five months to grow the pumpkin in his backyard. as big as this pumpkin is -- it's still not the record. that honor belongs to a rhode island man who grew a 1-ton pumpkin last year.
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>> break out the salsa, it's national taco day! a taco is a traditional mexican dish made with chicken, beef, vegetables or seafood. the filling is folded inside a soft or hard tortilla and topped with garnishes like salsa, cheese or avocado. according to the national taco day web site, americans ate 4-point-5 billion tacos last year. that equates to about 490- thousand miles of tacos, which could reach to the moon and back. coming up on the kron four >> morning news at five a- m. p-g-e is shutting down one pipeline, to ensure the safety of a bay area community. why officials say shutting it down will prevent another pipeline explosion from happening in the bay area. >> plus, the supreme court justices are headed back to work this morning, despite the government shutdown. >> coming up at 5-15, we'll tell you what is on the table for the new supreme court term. >> and president jimmy carter is in the bay area today-- focusing his attention on habitat for humanity. his visit comes just * days after a recent robbery at an oakland habitat for humanity location. details on his visit, coming up at 5:30.
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>> the top stories that we are following on this monday, october 7th. a big rig accident forces one interstate 80 all front to close this morning. how it will affect your morning commute coming up. >> earlier we had a fire on yerba buena island would roads still closed leading off the bay bridge. will have a full update for you coming up. >> it is a set of double tankers that were hauling propane gas. in this shot, one of them is on its side. it was reported to have been leaking. there was concerned about whether or not this
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will get into a nearby drain is. so far, the report stated that it has not leaked but it is certainly a hazardous. and has met teen is a route and here is the location. is on interstate 80 at carl some boulevard. it is affecting the rams and the cost of the ems grid is likely to affect both east and west bound. this will force commuters will leave, they will have to use an adjacent land. so far, there is no impact on interstate 80. it is likely that it will be combined. >> we're starting off with a live look at our roof cam. we do have temperatures in the upper 40's. we are
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talking mid 60's. the temperatures may be cooler than what we saw and i want you to the afternoon highs coming up. >> happening right now, all slam on interstate 80 at east carlson, near richmond is closed this morning. kron for mike pelton is live a scene. >> fire officials have shut down the east and west on land in both directions. you should keep this in mind your comments to this area. some of the film has already spilled out. they do not want to make this still worse than it already is.
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fire officials are saying that there is a second i had a difficult vehicle that is out there. the officials added that the chp is investigating to what led to this and it appears it is just a single vehicle accident. i had a chance to speak to the tanker truck and he stated that he believes that the trailer hitch and broke as he went to make a turn off the freeway. the chp is investigating this. the fired apart misstated the there's no immediate danger but they had to evacuate some of them were stand in a hotel that was just off the freeway. >> if there were houses nearby, was a justice one hotel? >> yes. they did evacuate this area but they stated that this is just a
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precautionary. they stated that no one else in the area needs to be concerned. >> developing nils this morning onews out of yerayerbaa island, which cause major traffic delays across the bay bridge. kron 4 yoli a ceves is live with more. >> they just put these flares up about 5 to 10 minutes ago may cut it was open temporarily because when the fire broke out they had to shut some areas down
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and then they reopen that. they closed this down again according to chp, they still have crews or just basically don't mobled. here is video of this fire that broke out. this was just before 8:00 p.m.. it is still on a clear what caused this but it was reports that there were signs that people were doing fireworks. according to the fire department a broken out in three different places. this is why this investigation is still under way and they're trying to figure out whether the people at these locations must caused by eight spark or something else. it is still unclear at this point but the crews will be out here. when daylight hits, and have there investigators out here but in the meantime, though one and all flesh out of i 80 is still closed. as far
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as regular traffic, all these plans are still open. >> pg&e says it will comply with a judge's order to shut down a natural gas pipeline after safety issues were raised. a judge ordered the line to be shut down after a san carlos city officials discovered a e-mail questioning the 83 year-old pipes safety. the utility company insists that the line is safe. pg&e said that it could take until tomorrow to safe shutdown. >> three days of long, bart and its union have to come together before the end of the 60 day cooling-off period this is what other bay area transportation systems looked like during the other strike in july. the sticking point that they're still working out is a security for employees and
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the big gap on wages. bart is putting together a contingency plan for commuters, of workers do go on strike. both sides are scheduled to be back at the table this morning. >> on to bay area sports. the raiders taking on the san diego chargers on kron 4. the raiders run out of the tunnel, with the late 8 3:05 p.m. start time to give the crews of 24 hours to convert the coliseum from the a's playoff game to football. >> some pushing and shoving on the field. raiders running back darren mcfadden out with the hamstring injury. quarterback terelle pryor was back from a
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concussion. first raiders offensive play it, he runs on 44 yds the score is 7-0 raiders. his second yard touchdown pass 14-0 raiders. second quarter score still tied 14-0 raiders. the final score 27-17. the raiders are now 2-3 they now play alex does and the undefeated kansas city chiefs' next sunday. >> coming up on kron4 morning news. it may be a grassy knoll, but it could soon turn into the new home for oakland raiders. we will take a closer look at where the new stadium could be built. >> plus, an incredible video of a crash in a midwest
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speedway. we will take a closer look at the video, and tell you how the driver survived. >> a suspect el qaeda copper tough will be interrogated while he is still in military custody, this is after a pair of high-profile operations went this weekend. we will tell you the special team the obama administration has activated coming up.
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and >> welcome back. welcome to mainly clear skies this morning and it was chilly. the temperatures were in the upper 40's. as we head into afternoon it will be cooler but still mild temperatures. the temperatures will continue to cool in fact, we have potential for showers. i will have more details on your 7 day around the bay coming up. >> satellite and radar shows high clouds streaming >> satellite and radar shows high clouds streaming in. so what can i get you? we'll take something tasty and healthy. ♪ ♪ if you wanna go and fly with me ♪ ♪ it's buzz the bee on your tv ♪ ♪ oh how did i get this way? ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ there's a party going on in your cereal bowl ♪ ♪ o's can help lower cholesterol ♪
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>> welcome back. if the government shutdowns enters its second week with no resolution in sight. house speaker john and boehner and treasury secretary jack lew traded blame on sunday but provided no hint of compromise. boehner rules of house votes on a temporary spending bill or a measure to raise the nation's borrowing authority without concessions from president barack obama. here is what the speaker of the house had to say on abc's this weekend. >> there is no way that we
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will vote to pass a clean debt dilemma. the president is risking default but by not speaking with us. >> under no circumstances will he passes. >> lew says the the republicans' budget brinkmanship is playing with fire and warns of a devastating impacts. he says the obama is not backing down on his call for a debt limit bill without conditions before october 17th. that is when the threat of default would be imminent. >> coming up on the kron4 morning newest. the supreme justices will return to the courtroom today to start a new term. we will lay out what is on the table for the supreme court, the kron4 morning news continues.
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>> the united states supreme court is back in session today. a number of hot topics are on the docket, limits on campaign contributions, housing discrimination, and whether if the president can still keep positions without the senate's confirmation. another important appeal may be added over issues like gun control,, mobile phone privacy and obama care. the last turn saw that the court struck down key provisions in the voting rights and defense of marriage acts. >> considering that we woke up to 60's. this is a dramatic change. the temperatures and vallejo are cooler and they're working up to 49 degrees. milder weather in san francisco out the door. you will finally
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= high clouds are streaming in and. we are seeing more of eight sea breeze. we do have a milder weather. you will notice by lunchtime, it will be 60's but the rest of the bay area will start to fln. this and close livermore valley and the delta red by later on tonight the temperatures will be in the '60s. let's get the break down of the afternoon highs. it will be a gorgeous day and if you like hot weather i do not
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think you will see it today. sunbelt or reached 78 degrees. redwood city will be checking in with a high of 78 degrees. we have plenty of 80s, the temperatures are still fairly warm. mostly sunny skies. the temperatures will be in the upper 60s. you can expect low to mid 70's. napa or will have a high of 80 degrees. your 7 day or around the bay highlights cooler weather 4 arrest of the weekend. as of right now, we are tracking a 10 to 20% chance. keep this in mind and there is a possibility that it could miss us. gradual warming as we head into next week and with plenty of sunshine. the inland highs will only come to the upper 70's. the time
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is 5:19 a.m.. >> we continue to look monitor a problem on carleton the boulevard. it is affecting the on and off ramps. the westbound off ramp from interstate 80. you will have to use centro instead. there is an overturned tanker actually a set of a doubles that was carrying propane. it's spilled its load. kron4 mike pelton is on the scene and will continue to get a live update. there will try to get another tanker of there in order to offload the fuel from one to another. obviously there is some hazardous material that is involved. we understand that one hotel nearby had to be evacuate. >> looking at the bridges,
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here is a look of the bay bridge ride which is looking the in the westbound direction. there may be a problem on the connecting ramp to island. it has been cloned off from a westbound direction because of an overnight fire. over the san mateo bridge, it is an easy ride and we are problem free with 11 minutes for your drive time from hayward to foster city. >> happening now, gas prices are dropping 14¢ over the past two weeks. the bay area is still seen some of the highest averages in the country. kron4 jackie sissel is live in san francisco with the update. >> san francisco is a big city and it is not really a
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surprise. i played $3.89 about an hour ago and ran. 14¢ drop in two weeks. this means that i paid about $3.35 for my gas. as far s california average we're at $3.85. this is down 8¢. california is still the third highest in the country. we are behind hawaii and alaska let's take a look at the numbers. >> san francisco is at $3.95. oakland is at $3.86. san jose is separate dollars and 84¢. this is a 14 a drop in two weeks. this is great news. things are starting to stabilize around the oil. things have leveled out and we're sitting at
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the hundred and $3 for crude oil. the other thing the step of refineries in california are back on line for the most part and we are not going to that winter gland. we may see prices drop a little bit more before christmas. >> the time is 5:23 a.m. tips and tricks, apple is release and a new list to help navigate the company's and knew i phones. we will take a look at where you can find this list coming up.
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>> we are watching wall street this morning. futures trading on right now shows all three indexes in negative at this hour. here is a closer look at how the numbers closed on friday. the dow was up almost 80 points, ending the day at
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15,072. the nasdaq gained 33 points. the s&p 500 is up by 11 points. opening bell this today at 6:30 a.m.. >> this morning, apple is sharing some of their tips and tricks of its new i o s 7 model platform. the information is posted on apple's officials website. each page is dedicated to each iphone model and describes how to use the functions like swiped jesters and photography. the tricks and tips page also explains the do not disturb feature to silence all of your calls, and social how
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to change your keyboard settings and turn on the find my iphone feature. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. former president jimmy carter is in the bay area today. the reason behind his trip the bay area today. the reason [ female announcer enjoying breakfast togher is a pretty wonderful thing. but when you hav a picky eater. won't touch th. it can be a bit of a dance ♪ won't touch is. ♪ won't toh -- stop. eggo tim [ female announcer ] eggo waffles can winver the pickiest of ears so everyone can enjoy breakfast...together can't touch this ♪ [ girl ] l'eggo myggo™.
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alig >> the time is 5:30 a.m.. >> today will be at something that but the temperatures will be cooler. the sea breeze will kick can and will cool things down by the end of the week. i will walk you through your extended forecast coming up. the time is 5:30 a.m.. >> firefighters battled a
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fire broke gone on in yerba buena island, which caused major traffic across the bay bridge. here is a video of that fire that started just before 8:00 p.m. last month. the chp says, that the only ramp was mound and the all from eastbound are both still closed as fire crews continued to do when my book. residents on treasure island said the the fire moved fast and got uncomfortably close to their homes. >> the flames were coming up fast. i woke up my roommate, we would have been waiting. >> the fire set up a large plum of smoke and flames visible from the bay bridge.
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the fire is now contained. no word yet on the calls. >> it has been 3 months since asiana flight 214 crashed landed at sfo. kron 4 continues to monitor all aspects. here's what we know, the ntsb says, the jetliner was traveling too slowly and too low at the time of the crash. in fact, they received preliminary investigation indicates that the pilots did not realize the there was a problem until seven seconds before impact. as far as the fall, nearly two dozen passengers have filed lawsuits against asiana airlines. >> in the meantime, this crash has raised a number of questions about how well pilots are monitoring their
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aircraft. it turns out, prior to this flight, and these issues were already being studied. in an interview that she was the only 14, rudy quevedo with the flight safety foundation, says that 97 percent of pilots land anyway, because pilots do not feel that it is too risky to land. >> he says that his group along with manufacturers, regulators, and the airline pilots association are also working to enhance public monitoring of not just of their aircraft but the actions of copilots as well. >> a sunnyvale woman says that her windows were shot out possibly by abb or a pellet gun while she was driving on the freeway. take a look as some of the damage
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that was done to her vehicle. rosie ebuen says that a baby or pellet hit the passenger side part of our windchill while she was driving on interstate 85 north in san jose. her 11 year-old nephew was also in the car at the time. neither were injured. this comes more than two weeks after two teenager's turn themselves in to police after they were shooting a bb gun towards at least a dozen vehicles on interstate 101 in san jose. >> an earthquake that shook parts of the east bay last night, has been downgraded from a 3.1 magnitude earthquake to a magnitude 3 earthquake. the u.s. a. g. as reported that the earthquake struck just before 9:03 p.m. and was centered 2 mi. east-
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northeast of berkeley. no reports of any injuries or damage. >> a quick response help save homes in loss from a grass fire in north bay. the fire started kron4 o'clock p.m. yesterday afternoon in open space on back roads of larks apur just above sunrise lang. some streets in the area has to be closed off during the fire fighting efforts. a longtime residents as of the response from emergency crews was very impressive. >> no homes were destroyed in the fire which charred about 2 a.. no one was injured, a calls for the fire is still under investigation. >> a former president jimmy
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carter and jimmy carter will be in oakland today for habitat for humanity. the carters will spend today working on a new habitat built townhome development in oakland. today, the carters will be joined by hundreds of volunteers and tomorrow they will help renovate homes in san jose. the carters are celebrating 30 years of work with habitat for humanity. >> dozens of people backed by a brass band played chess in downtown san francisco to defy a recent crackdown by police on the public games that have been a staple of the city for years. earlier this month, police confiscated chess deer, tables and chairs used by mostly homeless players. police said that the games had been to attract illegal gambling and drug sales to area that is adjacent to a cable car terminal, which is
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popular tourist destinations. nearby merchants also complained about an increase in illegal activity or around the games. >> this morning, u.s. secretary john kerry is defending the capture of a terror suspect in libya over the weekend. he is anas al-libi , he is suspected in the 1998 u.s. embassy bombing and africa. he was captured as he returned home from morning prayers on saturday. his wife claims that he left out qaeda in 1996 and had no connection to the twin bombings in kenya and tanzania. >> secretary of state john
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kerry says that both the u.s. and russia are pleased with the progress made so far in destroying serious chemical weapons. kerry made the comment on the sidelines of asia-pacific economic conference in indonesia. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. a young child bypasses security and it's on a plane. how he made it pass t s eight and flew from minnesota to lost vegas. pass t s eight and flew from minnesota to lost vegas. >at farmers we make you smarter about insurance, because what you dont know can hurt you. what if you didn't know that it's smart to replace washing-machine hoses every five years? what if you didn't know that you might need extra coverage for more expensive items? and what if you didn't know that teen drivers are four times more likely to get into an accident? 'sup the more you know, the better you can plan for what's ahead. talk to farmers and get smarter about your insurance.
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>> authorities are trying to figure out how a child was able to get on a plane without anyone noticing that he was on this flight until the flight was under way. he was finally question and stabbed in the battle.
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>>ed >> this is supposed to keep us safe but still we have holes. this is a perfect example. >> stowaways are rare especially being a kid able to do it. delta stated that they are investigating and cooperating. the standard of the child was in protective custody and waiting to be sent back to the twin cities. >> the time is 5:42 a.m.. coming up a kron4 morning news. it may be a at the grassy knoll now but it may become the new home for the oakland raiders. we will talk about the latest about where they may soon be. >> here is a live look at the bay bridge. we do have
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an issue with the on and off ramps due to a fire. [ laughter ]
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>> debate over whether to close san francisco's parks at night begins today at the board of supervisors. the debate centers on vandalism and homelessness. the debate c supervisors gotscott wiener says of the closures are the only way to curb an estimated $1 million a year in vandalism and illegal dumping. legislation will close a parts between midnight and 5:00 a.m.. today, the board's plan would use an economic the bill in committee who will vote on the legislation. if approved, the full board
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could vote, legislation on october 22nd. >> you are waking up to 57 degrees out the door in antioch. grabbed eight jacket and make sure that your coffee is extra cot. there are some clouds are streaming into the bay area. the warm weather is starting to work its way east. we have a more pronounced sea breeze that will help regulate the temperatures. we will see a few 80s out the door let's focus on afternoon high. you will notice in the east, there are low 80s for the same amount valley area. mostly sunny skies and temperatures will be in the low to mid 70's. union city will have a high of 74 degrees. we will see a low 70's for those of you in berkeley and closer to the waterfront that is
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where we will see the temperatures in the '60s. >> the south bay is looking good. cupertino will have a high of 78 degrees. downtown san francisco will stand in upper 60s, los 70's. last but not least let's turn our attention to the no. 1 apple what a high of 80 degrees. >> the seven day of around the bay shows cooler weather in effect, we have some rain to talk about by wednesday. as of right now it is on looking like a 20% chance. it will be warmer by the end of the week heading into the weekend. the temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 70's. here is a look at cross some of boulevard. a tanker is on its sides. there was a set of doubles, the first one, that was attached to the cab, this is
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the second month that overturned. the rams have been shut down and they're trying to get a another tanker dispatched to the sink in because the has matched crew and the fire department and i want to write the tank as long as it is loaded and it is leaking a little bit. here is the location, the rent that is closed is both go on and off ramp from the eastbound side. the westbound direction and is just off ramp, actually it is having an impact on the traffic because people are approaching the rampant and they see that this is close, they are slowing down. >> at the bay bridge, it is a pretty good commute. there
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are no problems for your ride. it is incident. but a closure on the upper deck was gone. this is this off when, where you see the flares. the off ramp to why the eye has been shut down because of an overnight fire. it is also on the south side that it is located. these are the two brands westbound off, and eastbound on. you will have to come to san francisco and turn around. >> the san mateo bridges easily with no problems in the westbound direction. we are down to 11 minutes. >> s the raiders continue to push for a new facility to replace the aging coliseum, we're learning, the team's owner has been checking out a potential site. kron4 maureen kelly spoke to
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congress mayor who says, that he would welcome the silver and black. >> he went on a tour of eight naval station. this group included the team's owner. davis did not come right out and say that he is interested but he did drop a clue as to why he was there. he showed that he has a lot of interest. >> mark did mention that 30 percent of the people who come to the raiders games are from oakland. the mayor stated that he would be very happy if concord was the next home. >> economically it will be quite a boost. >> christopher and dobbins is with a organization once teams adjust they put. he
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understands the need to shop from. >> i am more excited. if it is want to be conquered or loss angeles, i would say concord. >> paid robins admit feel for breast cancerink ribbons add from brest cancer awareness week, players wearing pink assessor is spreaies patrick wae out second straight game with a strained a groin. the third play from scrimmage. mad schat schaub
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>> coming up on the kron4 morning newest. fire crews are monitoring yerba buena island this morning after a late-night fire. how will it affect your morning commute coming up. >> the latest and nobel peacprize winners are announced this morning and 2 are from the bay area. we will introduce you to the new [ male announcer ] marie callender's know
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>> the top stories that we are following on this monday, october 7th. a tanker truck accidents has in interstate 80 all from closed this morning. >> there was an early fire own yerba buena island that still has a role disclosed a leading off the bay bridge. >> the temperatures right now are in the 40's. 50s everywhere else. it is unclear start to your work week. the temperatures will be from the mid 60s along the coast. we are in the middle of a cooling trend. we have po

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